"whO ARE YOU"
A vibrant and symbolic study of lost love, memory, and the self, "Who Are You" has been described
by Jared Putnam of The March Divide as "my favorite video I've ever had made."
Color and time work in tandem to portray the depression, memory of passion, and eventual disconnect of our two lovers.
A single bulb - the only minor light that our protagonist has control over in a vast room of color - represents the fragile heart,
reassembling at the start to reminisce and vulnerable throughout.
Shot in a 25% speed single-take.
Produced, Directed, Shot & Edited
Daniel E. Martin
Associate Produced by Billy Duchaney
Serese Brown and Matthew James
AWARDS & NOMINATIONS
Boomtown Film & Music Fest 2017
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PRESS & FEATURES
"The up-tempo, jangling pop melody contrasts with the siren-like dancer in the video, who writhes and beckons to our protagonist while bathed in a shifting kaleidoscope of colors. “Forever was never part of the plan,” Putnam sings, which in a sense speaks both to the necessary contradictions of any relationship and the process of developing as an artist."
-- Music News, Elmore Magazine, April 14th 2016